WATCH: Saints' Mark Ingram and Cameron Jordan lip sync battle for charity

Have you watched that show "Lip Sync Battle"? Well, if you haven't, you should know that it's exactly what it sounds like. Two people (celebrities) square off in a song-and-dance competition, only they don't actually sing. They just mouth the words. 

Former NFL players Terry Crews (now an actor), Michael Strahan, Deion Sanders, Tim Tebow, Ray Lewis, and Tony Gonzalez have all participated. It's generally pretty silly, but it also can be a lot of fun. 

The Saints decided this week to hold their own lip sync battle, only this one was for charity and featured two current players: running back Mark Ingram and defensive end Cameron Jordan. 

It did not disappoint. Ingram went with Whitesnake's "Here I Go Again," and he got decked out in a full David Coverdale get-up for the occasion. 

Jordan, for his part, kept things in the Dirty South. Only he went not with New Orleans hip-hop, but Atlanta's. 

He seemed more concerned with the dancing part of his act than the actual lip syncing, but he actually broke out some pretty decent moves there at the end so it's hard to blame him. 

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